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California / Recall Election / Schwarzenegger's Past #738962

CNN Evening News for Friday, Oct 03, 2003
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Bakersfield: Kelly Wallace) Four days to the California recall election featured; scenes shown of actor Arnold Schwarzenegger campaigning; details given of his denials about his statements admiring Adolf Hitler & of the allegations he groped women over the years. [SCHWARZENEGGER - says the fight continues; states he does not remember & his despises Hitler.] [Voice of Peter DAVIS†- recounts what Arnold said about being a boy in Austria when he father was in the Nazi party.] [Schwarzenegger accuser E. Lane STOCKTON - says Arnold groped my breast {in 1975}.] [Lt. Gov. Cruz BUSTAMANTE - reacts to the Schwarzenegger matter.] [On the campaign trail, Arnold's wife Maria SHRIVER - opposes gutter politics.] The large number of absentee ballots in the California vote discussed.

Brown, Aaron;
Wallace, Kelly

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